At first, I dealt with him professionally since I regard my self as a professional tour guide.
I'm a moslem myself, a typical Indonesian young woman. So meeting this average-typical gulf Arab guys was not something special. Don't know why & how he moved by skeptical heart toward Arab tourist change. But what I hate is that he finally makes me just someone who's gotta to be there when he need someone to chat.
Some are living in their home country but having an online relationship with an Arab man living in his. If you don’t then he’s going to accuse you of talking to other men during this time. Regardless of what he does and how bad it really is, you’re eventually going to find yourself doing the apologizing.
I wish I had all the answers and could guide everyone off into a land of never ending bliss. Women in the Arab culture are highly respected and taught to respect themselves. Expressing dislike for certain outfits or style of clothing you’re wearing.
He will ask (or do it without asking) to look through your phone at any given moment. He, on the other hand, will more than likely have more mobile phones than you’re even aware of. If you’re leaving the house without him you’ll be expected to notify him verbally, by text, or a phone call. Regardless of how much fun you think the two of you are having together, he’ll choose spending time with his friends at the drop of a hat. This is the one where he’s mentioned marriage, or at least hinted at it. Don’t get excited, chances are you’re not off to meet mom anytime soon. He’s going to do anything in his power to convince you that sharing a bed is perfectly natural since you’re going to be sharing your life together in the near future. Finally, all men from all cultures are completely different. Don’t write to me telling me that I’m bashing Arab men or the culture. And please, if you have more to add, feel free to email or comment.
This behavior is what keeps most of us wives from asking for very much. And knowing a person will do pretty much anything in the world to make you happy prevents us from wanting to bother them with silly things.
He'd have to be vehemently opposed to all of that stuff to be okay with me, and even then, being raised in that society, something is going to get internalized. I wouldn't say it's completely impossible that I would consider dating a hypothetical man from Saudi Arabia, but it's probably unlikely.Also, as you say it would be difficult upon meeting him to have a discussion about his personal beliefs and convictions that would be totally reliable.Not that I would expect deception, but it's likely that he might have internalized and subconscious beliefs that would end up being dealbreakers for me.So I don't think I would date a man from Saudi Arabia with only a brief introduction (e.g. But I would consider dating him if I met him through friends or work and got to know him over an extended period of time, and if there were no red flags in that time. But he did mention some international traveling he's done, and he's educated (educated in Saudi Arabia though) so maybe he's more enlightened than some. faces discrimination on a regular basis and I don't want to look like I'm adding to that.I guess I need to just come right out and ask him about religion. I'm not really (I don't think...maybe kind of) because I wouldn't date a devout follower of any religion, but I wouldn't expect him to take it that way.